Seder Ritual Committee Records
Scope and Content Note
The collection documents the activities of the Seder Ritual Committee, and includes correspondence, publicity, orders, and copies of the Seder Ritual of Remembrance.
- undated, 1952-1969
- Seder Ritual Committee (Organization)
Language of Materials
The collection is in English.
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The Seder Ritual Committee was founded in 1952 by the American Jewish Congress, and lead by the historian Israel Goldberg (Rufus Learsi). The task of the committee was to compose a prayer memorializing the Holocaust. The Seder Ritual of Remembrance, the prayer they composed, was broadly distributed to various Jewish organizations, press, and synagogues.
0.25 Linear Feet (1 manuscript box)
The Seder Ritual Committee was created to compose a prayer memorializing the Holocaust. This collection documents their activities, and includes correspondence, publicity, orders, and copies of the Seder Ritual of Remembrance.
This Collection is arranged into a single series, and the folders are ordered according to folder title, and date.
Located in AJHS New York, NY
- Guide to the Records of the Seder Ritual Committee, undated, 1952-1969 I-50
- Finding aid by Michael Montalbano as part of the CJH Holocaust Resource Initiative, made possible by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany
- © 2013
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